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Danitrio Has A New Finish : Kama-Nuri !


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Some new Danitrio pens arrived with a new finish : the Kama nuri !

It is a techniek developed by the Danitrio artisans. It finds some similarity in the Kamakura-bori and Cho-Shitsu techniques. The result is a beautiful handmade structured surface. Available on Genkai, Sho-Genkai and Mikado.

http://www.sakurafountainpengallery.com/en/boutique/detail/new-kama-nuri-red-genkai

 

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All welcome to take a look at these pens !

 

Catherine

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I was fortunate to find one of these at Dromgoole's in Houston this spring, and last weekend Mike Masuyama reground the broad nib into a wonderful left oblique for me at the Dallas Pen Show. I highly recommend this pen to anyone who is looking for an oversized urushi eyedropper.

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Some new Danitrio pens arrived with a new finish : the Kama nuri !

It is a techniek developed by the Danitrio artisans. It finds some similarity in the Kamakura-bori and Cho-Shitsu techniques. The result is a beautiful handmade structured surface. Available on Genkai, Sho-Genkai and Mikado.

http://www.sakurafountainpengallery.com/en/boutique/detail/new-kama-nuri-red-genkai

 

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All welcome to take a look at these pens !

 

Catherine

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